“BORN IN A BOATHOUSE”

Performance360 was opened by two former baseball teammates and lifelong best friends, Dave Thomas and Bryan Pritz in 2011. Opened in a tiny converted boathouse on a shoestring budget with a deep passion to change the status quo of what a group fitness experience should entail. P360 was initially a two man show — coaching all of the classes, mopping the floors, sticking flyers on cars, all with a flag planted behind the concept of flexible group programming, dynamic formats, and a welcoming environment that encouraged development over competition. 

We aligned ourselves with the everyday man or woman looking to level up in life by exploring their body’s physical ability. Almost a decade later and our story is still being written by men and women just like you. We invite you to contribute to our story. How will you Become More?

WE ARE:

  • James R. who lost 30 pounds and reversed his pre-diabetic diagnosis.
  • Lauren F. who uses fitness to be a strong mother.
  • Ryan Ca. who trains as a U.S. Olympian.

  • Mayra T. who built her physique to earn the centerfold for Maxim Magazine.
  • Brie H. who became an American powerlifting National Champion.
  • Emily and Tyler T. who use fitness as a foundation for their marriage.
  • Bill B. who got in peak shape at 41.
  • James S. who trains as a competitive adaptive wheelchair athlete.
  • Steph R. who overcame disordered eating habits.
  • Ryan Cowho added 31 pounds of muscle.

WE’RE FOR:

  • Need structure and guidance to stay motivated.
  • Are tired of spinning their wheels in the gym alone.
  • Are bored or plateaued in their current gym.
  • Are burnt out in their current competitive gym.
  • Aren’t seeing results with cardio-based fitness.

  • Want to learn in an accepting environment.

  • Are current athletes who need a push.

  • Want to stay in great shape as you get older.

  • Are former athletes and miss being a part of a team.

  • Are everyday people looking to lead a stronger life.

  • Moms and dads setting healthy examples for their kids.

  • Just want to look better naked.